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Tiger french stick - syns anyone??

Discussion in 'Syn Values' started by TRICKYTREE, 30 July 2011 Social URL.

  1. TRICKYTREE

    TRICKYTREE Full Member

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    Hi

    I love tiger french sticks and would use my syns on one quite happily....

    Does anyone know how many syns I would use...Asda is the favourite....

    Thanks

    Julie
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  3. Kwise1

    Kwise1  THE WISE ONE 

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    No free food, so 1 for every 20 calories- I am guessing it will be quite high?

    Kx

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    ermintrude Gold Member

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    All bread is LOOOAAADS of syns. 28g of crusty white bread is 3.5 syns. An 'average' 170g baguette is 21 syns, I dont think that's the long-long baguette, just the 10" jobbie but I'm not sure, I havent eaten one in over 6 months.
     
  5. BritMumInCanada

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    Tiger bread is approx 243 calories per 100g (which isnt a lot of bread)

    so you would need to weigh out your bread, it will be 12 syns per 100g
     
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